Teen Boat #7 by John Green & Dave Roman
All is well in the world again, as not one but two Teen Boatâ€™s Iâ€™d never seen arrived in the mail today. Theyâ€™re twice the size of the old Teen Boatâ€™s and this one even has a cliffhanger ending thatâ€™s, well, spoiled a bit if you scroll down and check out the cover to #8, but oh well, thatâ€™s a spoiler I can live with. As for this issue, Teen Boat learns that the only way to a womanâ€™s heart (at least in high school, insert snarky comment about adult women here if you wish) is through the ability to drive a car, so he takes steps to learn these skills. Naturally being out of the water is not something that comes naturally to young Teen Boat, but heâ€™s able to learn what he needs to know and even has the driving test going smoothly. At least he does UNTILâ€¦ I can say no more. But what needs to be said? Who doesnâ€™t know by now that Teen Boat is one of the goofiest, funniest and downright cheeringupingest books in the world? #7 ranks with the best in the series, and after seeing that cover I have the same high hopes for #8. Itâ€™s a bit pricier than the old books, mostly because itâ€™s huge in relation to #1-6, and the old books were ridiculously cheap to begin with.